University of Toronto's
Neuroscience Association for Undergraduate Students
Our mandate is to enhance the undergraduate neuroscience experience by facilitating academic, social and career development opportunities. We plan a variety of events for each academic year including seminars, outreach opportunities, an inter-university Life Sciences competition, a formal, and even an undergraduate conference!
The Everything Neuroscience Conference is an annual event that takes place during the fall semester. During the event, students who are interested in sharing their research findings with ΣN Conference goers have the opportunity to do so through the abstract competition. The winner will have their abstract featured in our conference program!
Are YOU an undergraduate student with a burning passion for science? Would you like the opportunity to test your knowledge outside of the classroom? On top of that, do you want a chance to win some cash, a trophy, and bragging rights? If so, register for the Canadian Undergraduate Life Sciences Challenge (CULSC)!
The Neuroscience Association for Undergraduate Students (NAUS) is a student organization affiliated with the Human Biology Department at the University of Toronto. Our mandate is to enhance the undergraduate Neuroscience experience by facilitating academic, social and career development opportunities. NAUS acts as a liaison between Neuroscience students and the Human Biology Department. NAUS aims to ensure that all student concerns and requests are addressed and fulfilled to the best of our ability. We plan a wide variety of student events every year, including academic seminars, outreach opportunities, an inter-university Life Sciences competition, and an undergraduate conference.